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  • Sonicbids Getting Artists Money With SoundExchange

    December 28, 2009 - no Comments

    Sonicbids has partnered with SoundExchange to identifyover 10,000 Sonicbids members that are owed $4 million in digital performance royalties. Now, you may be asking yourself a few questions here, so allow me to lend a hand. Or, you can log into your account and jump right to the list of bands owed money by clicking on the yellow box at the top of your artist account.

  • Godin Guitars NAMM Preview 2010

    December 24, 2009 - no Comments

    Montreal based Godin Guitars is getting ready for the upcoming new year with the introduction of a number of exciting and versatile guitar models at this winter’s NAMM show next month.

  • iTunes Killer Songbird?

    December 23, 2009 - no Comments

    Songbird has a new release out for Windows/Mac/Linux

  • TunesBag StoreYour Music in the Cloud

    December 23, 2009 - no Comments

    Would you like to store your music on a server and access it from anywhere? Check out Tunesbag.



    December 23, 2009 - no Comments

    With the introduction of the PT2-500 mic pre and DI, TRUE Systems continues its contortionist legacy of packing immense-sounding microphone preamplification into infinitesimal spaces. Descendant of the TRUE Systems Precision 8, which squeezes eight audiophile-grade preamps into a single rack space, the diminutive PT2-500 conforms to the modular 500 Series format. Like all the other preamps in the TRUE Systems family, the PT2-500 delivers stunning detail, rich analog depth, and a robust, reliable design. But the PT2-500 is 500 module sized, for audio professionals who want everything in a rack ready to use, over and over again without buying additional power supplies and multiple racks.

  • NAMM: Soultone Cymbals Vintage Old School Series Cymbals Based on Drummers Requests and Involvement for a New Take on Classic Sound

    December 23, 2009 - no Comments

    Soultone Cymbals™ is proud to introduce the addition of The Old School Edition cymbals to their Vintage Series™ product line. Company founder and CEO, Iki Levy, will be presenting them at the 2010 Winter NAMM show (Booth 2979, Hall D). Developed in cooperation with Soultone Cymbals’ roster of top drummers, percussionists and their own Turkish master craftsman, this new line is based on the classic cymbals of the 1950’s and 60’s. They offer a richer, darker signature sound, and a new EarthStroke™ natural finish with deeper lathing to provide a sweeter open tone for nearly any style of music.


    December 23, 2009 - no Comments

    Microphone manufacturer Sennheiser (Booth #6579) will demonstrate its cutting-edge wireless systems with the help of dozens of hand-picked artists with far-ranging styles and instrumentation. Each act will take to the Sennheiser product demonstration stage for twenty-minute sets Thursday, January 14 through Sunday, January 17 using the latest Sennheiser 2000 and G3 Series wireless equipment, wired Neumann KMS 104 and 105 handhelds, and Sennheiser e 600, e 800 and e 900 Series live instrument mics. In addition, the Sennheiser booth will feature booth appearances by legendary musicians Peter Frampton, Ricky Skaggs and Cypress Hill.

  • Most watched videos and music videos on YouTube 2009

    December 17, 2009 - no Comments

    62For these lists, we looked at view counts of YouTube’s most popular videos this year (in some instances we aggregated views across multiple versions of the same video): Most Watched YouTube videos (Global):1. Susan Boyle – Britain’s Got Talent (120+ million views)2. David After Dentist (37+ million views)3. JK Wedding Entrance Dance (33+ million views)4. New Moon Movie Trailer (31+ million views)5. Evian Roller Babies (27+ million views) Most Watched music videos

  • Apple Buys LaLa

    December 5, 2009 - no Comments

    It appears that today Apple has purchased the streaming audio company Warner's was an investor.

  • Missing Royalty Payments? Never!

    December 4, 2009 - no Comments

    62A very enlightening post about how Too Much Joy’s royalty payments were handled by Warner Brothers.